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Kannapolis Pilot Club selling ornaments

The Pilot Club of Kannapolis will hold its annual Lite-A-Lite project in conjunction with the city of Kannapolis’ Holiday Festival in Village Park on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Luminarias will be lighted in honor or in memory of a loved one. To place an order, include a list of names to be printed and indicate whether it is in honor or in memory of the person. The cost of each luminaria is $2. Mail to the Pilot Club of Kannapolis, PO Box 663, Kannapolis, NC 28082.
The Pilot Club is also selling Christmas ornaments. This is the fifth ornament in a series of historical sites in Kannapolis. Other ornaments sold depict the main office building of Cannon Mills, the sign that sat on the manufacturing plant of Cannon Mills, the Gem Theater and Cannon High School. Local artist Kevin Eagle has done all the artwork for the ornaments. Orders may be placed by visiting the Pilot Club website at: pilotclubofkannapolis.org. The cost is $8 plus 50 cents for mailing. The ornaments will also be available at the Holiday Market in downtown Kannapolis on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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